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Our main aim is to ensure that all members of the school community have the skills needed and the resilience to adapt to and overcome everyday challenges and stresses. To achieve this, we will adopt a whole school approach, and continue to develop and embed mental health and wellbeing across our school values and ethos. 


For our families:

  • Provide parents and carers (Families) with regular opportunities to give their views on emotional health and mental health provision.

  • Provide information for all families on the need to provide an effective emotional health and mental wellbeing programme and the resources used.

  • Ensure parents or carers and other family members are supported to enable them to participate in activities to promote social and emotional wellbeing. This might involve liaison with family support agencies.

  • Ensure parents or carers (families) are aware of the school’s emotional health and mental wellbeing policy and how school will deal with sensitive issues and specific questions from students.


Additional information and advice can be found by visiting  one of the specialist support services below:

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